Introducing our new lightweight and compact folding stock assembly for the popular 10/22 rifle. This works on any standard (non Factory Takedown model) 10/22. Made from glass filled Nylon for the utmost in strength. This stock assembly is just what you need to change up the look of your plain old 10/22 rifle.
Push-button latched stock folds to the right, while still allowing unhindered operation for both left or right handed users.
Equipped with one common QD Sling Swivel Socket mount installed in the front of the Butt Stock.
Convenient storage compartment in butt stock with end cap included. 7.25" barrel fits nicely inside of butt stock tube.
Length of pull 11.25".
Weight: 1lb. 3.2oz.
Posted by Unknown on 24th Feb 2014
I don't write many reviews, I guess because products rarely exceed my expectations. This stock sure does that. Buying things sight unseen can be tough. This stock is so well made. It's a great value at the price. bought one for my takedown- fit like a glove. I'm going to get another one just for the cool factor for one of my other 10/22's. I didn't measure it but the length of pull is short. It's perfect for my boy scouts, but for adult shooting, I would recommend a butt pad.
Posted by Michael on 10th Feb 2014
Love it. I bought it to make my 10/22 more storable and packable - both in size and weight. I didn't buy the barrel, they were out of stock. With the original 18.5" barrel the entire package comes in just over 26 inches long - so doesn't break the SBR rules.
When I saw the box it came in I thought there was no way the stock was inside, that there had been some mistake. But when I opened it I found no mistake, there it lay all folded up.
The only draw back of the size is the length of pull. I'm 6'1" with long arms so the AGP folding stock is a bit short for me - but considering the use case I got it to fulfill, that's a minor detail.
I'm still going to get the takedown barrel and adapter when it comes back in stock, but I now know I'll probably need to pin and weld a muzzle break to stretch the 16 AGP barrel over the 26" overall length rifle length. Otherwise I think it would be need to be classified as an SBR. (My interpretation of the law, your opinion may differ.)
Posted by Joe on 13th May 2013
This thing is what John Rambo would carry if he needed a small folding 22 to kick commie butt with! I got mine in tan and mounted a black 10/22 receiver in it. Added with a 4.5 inch barrel and you have a sweet piece of hillbilly military hardware! I wish I could upload a pic of this thing so that people would know what could be built with these. But I am sure most of you already know! The only thing I can’t figure out is how I am going to put a fore grip on this thing? Not a whole lot to drill into.
Posted by HardShell at AR15.com on 6th Sep 2012
I bought this stock specifically for a "pocket rifle" 10/22 SBR project and it fit the bill perfectly. I already have an AGP folder on one of my rimfire ARs, and the quality of this stock was equivalent to that one (IOW, excellent). The capped storage tube in the stock is a nice plus for keeping a copy of the NFA form/stamp on the SBR itself at all times if so inclined (or anything else you care to store there). The stock is short in length, but the optional rubber pad can extend it a bit. I have no regrets or complaints about this product, VERY happy so far.
Posted by J.B. on 14th Feb 2012
Purchased this stock and mounted my 10/22 on it. This stock fit perfectly.
The stock is absolutely the lightest 10/22 stock option I've ever used. It is well molded.
Recommended stock design improvements:
The locking latch should be reinforced with a metal d-ring. Some type of locking mechanism should be used to keep the stock folded. As is, the stock can not be locked in the folded position.